Surjewala also asked whether Modi would take up the issue in the summit with Chinese President Xi Jinping on April 27-28.
Sitharaman and Swaraj had attended the meetings of the defence and foreign ministers of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) which began at Beijing yesterday.
The congress leader said he wondered how the Modi government would settle the issue of tri-junction at Doklam in this scenario as it is an all-important issue for Bhutan and India's strategic interests viz-a-viz the "chicken neck."
Surjewala said the party hoped that the Modi government would protect national security and strategic interests of the country when he meets the Chinese President.
In the run-up to the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, Modi had made several insinuations on Congress and spoken about "red eye" to China, Surjewala said.
On the Modi government's policy on saving Indian jobs, Surjewala said BJP government had failed Indian immigrants as the US has clamped down on H-4, H1-B and L1 visas.
"India's growth story on the world stage as a tech power is under a cloud as Modi and BJP government flounders and fails India's young, standing as a mute spectator to the clampdown by US on H4, H1B and L1 Visas for Indians," he said.
He said the Congress govermment in Karnataka created 15 lakh jobs in five years, while Modi government has snatched jobs of IT professionals.
Modi and BJP must answer to India, especially Karnataka IT industry, IT professionals and the young, the reason for "bartering India's interests and compromising India's position as tech giant,@ Surjewala said.
"Hugplomacy, trumpeting rhetoric and beating drums, while staying mum is the only delivery by Modi in last years," he added.
An estimated 7.5 lakh Indians may consequently get deported after losing H1B status, Surjewala claimed.
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